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We recommend the following tour:

Clayoquot Sound

4 Day / 6 Day Kayaking + Camping: $1,199 to $1,799 per person

Paddle through the open waters of beautiful Clayoquot Sound, with its long white sandy beaches, past some of the last remaining old growth temperate rainforests on the many islands of Clayoquot Sound; traditional territory of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations. Intermediate to experienced paddlers will enjoy the challenge of the surf and swell.

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Ultimate West Coast

8 Day Kayaking + Camping: $2,299 per person

Experience all that the west coast has to offer by combining our Broken Group Islands and Clayoquot Sound kayaking tours for a truly unforgettable kayaking experience.

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Ucluelet Harbour - Private

3 Hour Kayaking: $119 per person

Private 3 hour guided kayaking. Observe black bears along the shoreline and eagles circling overhead. Seals pop
their heads up and sea lions bark as we paddle by. Subject to availability.

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Ucluelet Harbour - Group

3 Hour Kayaking: $79 per person

The sheltered waters of the Ucluelet harbour offer an ideal location for an introduction to sea kayaking. Our tours depart right from the beach at our Vancouver Island kayaking centre. We may paddle up to a beautiful hidden waterfall, visit the local fish hatchery, or explore the inner boat basin.

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Barkley Sound / Toquaht Bay

4.5 Hour Kayaking: $189 per person

The Toquaht Bay/Secret Beach, Vancouver Island kayaking tour paddles through the clear blue waters and the many islands and islets of western Barkley Sound, giving you access to protected bays and quiet coves, against the spectacular backdrop of rugged snow capped mountains. Barkley Sound is abundant with wildlife, you may see seals and sea lions in the water or a black bear along the shoreline, spot some of the countless eagles and shorebirds, jumping salmon, or even a migrating gray whale.

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Barkley Sound / Outside Waters

4.5 Hour Kayaking: $169 per person

Paddlers will enjoy this guided Vancouver Island kayaking journey to the islands outside of the Ucluelet harbour and into Barkley Sound. At the start of the tour the guide prepares everyone for a day of adventure. Kayaks are set up for each guest, seats and pedals are adjusted. Lessons are given and safety concerns and procedures are explained.

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Broken Group Islands

4.5 Hour Kayaking: $329 per person

The tour starts off with an exciting half hour ride by cruiser boat in the early morning with our kayaks, guide and gourmet picnic lunch. On route to the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve guests will have the opportunity to take in the spectacular scenery of rocky bluffs with wind whipped trees, sights of the open Pacific Ocean, a noisy sea lion colony, and a historic native whaling beach. We watch for gray and humpback whales as we travel across Barkley Sound. The whale spotting has been fantastic this season in our area, the whales are abundant and in close so that we are able to see them everyday. Last year was not as good with the whale watching so we are very excited that we are seeing so many this year.

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Barkley Sound

3 Day Kayaking + Camping: $889 per person

Your professional guide will share their knowledge of the kayaking, wildlife and history as well as providing some fun activities. Visit Lucky Creek and have a picnic at the waterfall or paddle up the Maggie River and seek out the many birds that seasonally inhabit our area.

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Broken Group Islands

4 Day Kayaking + Camping: $1,299 per person

The Broken Group Islands of Barkley Sound are located on the west coast of Vancouver Island. They are an internationally renowned sea kayaking destination and part of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Natural features of this beautiful archipelago of more than one hundred islands include lagoons, sandbars, blowholes, sea caves, arches, white sandy beaches and quiet coves.